Heritage: Pennsylvania Railroad
CT 1000, 1945: Eastern Region, Eastern Pennsylvania Division, Middle Division, Main Line
Middle Division ETT, 1954: Eastern Region, Middle Division, Main Line
Sanborn Maps (1919)
|Mount Union prior to 1936.||JACKS junction, 1950s.|
|EBT station in Mount Union.|
|Etna explosive plant, 1908.|
Bridge over Juniata River
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Croghan Pike (522) and Juniata River on Norfolk Southern (former PRR).
Built 1906 by PRR, reinforced with concrete by Conrail ca. 1980.
This bridge has six segmental arch spans, each 100' long and 58' wide. The center pier's width was increased 20' making it 8' wider than the others which balances the classic aesthetic rules by giving it an easily identifiable center.
Distance from Harrisburg...
Passenger Station (MP 86.7)
|Original PRR station in town before main line bypassed downtown.||1970 view of station.|
E. A. Beaver Co. (MP 86.7)
Harbison-Walker Co. (MP 86.7)
Harbison-Walker Refractoryreceived or originated 2,797 cars during 1947. (Rails Northeast)
Transfer & Freight Station (MP 86.8)
Public Track (MP 86.9)
PRR team track action in 1950.
EBT #3 in Mount Union in 1945.
Station -- Transfer East Broad Top Railroad -- Narrow Gauge (MP 87.0)
General Refractories Co. No. 1 (MP 87.1)
General Refractories received or originated 992 cars during 1947. (Rails Northeast)
At some pooint prior to the 1923 CT1000, this entity was Mount Union Silica Brick.
|Company houses, 1990.|
|General American, 1935.|
Scales (MP 87.1)
Mount Union scale track, courtesy of Lee Rainey.
Mt. Union Wood Preserving Plant (MP 87.2)
|Tie plant, 1953.||Tie plant, 1953.|
North American Refractories Co. No. 1 (MP 87.2)
North American Refractories received or originated 1,724 cars during 1947. (Rails Northeast)
Jackson Power House (MP 87.3)